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Canadian Pipeline

from Grist

The Canadian pipeline (almost) everyone hates gets a go-ahead

In the spring of 2011 the Government of Canada was renamed the Harper Government.

from Grist

In battle over new Canadian pipeline, it’s Trudeau vs. tribes

In battle over new Canadian pipeline its Trudeau vs. tribes

from thestar.com

Toronto Star

If Keystone gets nixed, Canadian pipeline operators have a Plan B: Olive - For environmentalists lobbying against the Keystone XL pipeline through the U.S., a made-in-Canada option might pose a bigger problem.

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from Fusion

Members of a Canadian Indigenous Tribe Turned Down $267,000 Per Person to Allow a Pipeline to Be Built Through Their Land

Members of a Canadian Indigenous Tribe **turned down** $267,000 per Person to allow a Pipeline to be Built through Their Land: “This is not a Money Issue... this is Environmental and Cultural" || [.READ.MORE.]

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from The Huffington Post

Canadian Pipeline Incidents Have Doubled In The Past Decade

The North American oil boom requires additional pipelines, setting the stage for additional confrontations between environmentalists and industry.

With the debate still raging over Keystone XL, the company behind the pipeline is already hard at work promoting a PR strategy for its larger and entirely Canadian pipeline, Energy East.

from VICE

The Long Search for the Missing Child Brides of a Mormon Polygamist Sect

Inside the investigation into the cross-border pipeline used to transport the…

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A Native American tribe from the northeast shore of Lake Michigan is trying to halt the approval of a multi-million-dollar settlement between Canadian pipeline giant Enbridge, Inc., and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. And it is using arguments similar to those made by a Sioux tribe in its campaign against a North Dakota oil pipeline that has so far succeeded in stopping construction.

from Business Insider

An acquisition to form one of the world's largest energy infrastructure companies will make bankers nearly $100 million

WALL STREET PAYDAY: Banks are going to make close to $100 million on one of the biggest deals of the year

What a 10-Year-Old Did for the Tar Sands: Why a First Nations student from British Columbia is taking on a controversial trans-Canadian pipeline project—through song. [Photo by Carol Carson]

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